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atabitaraf

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A- So When was your game?
B- The day before yesterday.
A- How was it?
B- Great! There were a lot of people there.
A- That's terrific! Sorry I wasn't there too.

I'm afraid how 'too' can be used here.
I think 'too' is used for saying 'again' or to show agreement.
Could you please tell me this function or if possible some similar examples?
 
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A- So When was your game?
B- The day before yesterday.
A- How was it?
B- Great! There were a lot of people there.
A- That's terrific! Sorry I wasn't there too.

I'm afraid how 'too' can be used here?
I think 'too' is used for saying 'again' or to show agreement.
Could you please tell me this function or if possible some similar examples?

It's fine. Have a look at the first definition here: too adverb (ALSO) - definition in British English Dictionary & Thesaurus - Cambridge Dictionary Online
 
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